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It was taking too long: battery case for iPhone 7/7 Plus wants to bring back audio output

Do you know that Belkin Lightning 2-port iPhone 7 adapter that has become a joke worldwide? So, as half the globe must have thought, someone has already come up with a (slightly) more elegant solution.

Case fuse

The Indiegogo crowdfunding website aired a campaign for the Fuze Case, a case for iPhones 7 and 7 Plus that does just that: gives your beloved handset the chance to get your good old 3.5mm * and * plug-in headphones recharged at the same time. Does the accessory have an analog audio output and a Lightning port like no one thought of it before?

To improve, the accessory also has an internal battery that, according to its creators, doubles the longevity of the device. In the iPhone 7 version, the extra battery has a capacity of 2,400mAh (versus 2,350mAh from Apple's official case), while the model for the 7 Plus comes with a respectable 3,600mAh battery.

Apart from the area of ??the connectors themselves, which has a very questionable design, the Fuze Case is quite visually pleasing without that ?chin? on the underside that almost all battery covers have. The accessory adds 5mm in thickness to the device and 28g its mass; ?Less than a deck of cards,? as the inventors say. It is good to note that the case * is not water resistant, unlike the product it houses.

Warning: Extremely bad video can cause someone else's shame.

The Fuze Case cost $ 69 in its final version, but the project's first investors take a unit for $ 59. Campaigners ensure that production will begin on November 1 and deliveries will take place before December 23, although these promises of crowdfunding should always be seen backwards.

Of the $ 60,000 requests from creators, nearly $ 23,000 has already been invested, and the goal should be met very quickly, considering that at the time I wrote this post, nearly $ 2,000 entered the count. What is not lacking in the world owner of iPhone 7 wanting to use their headphones without headache, apparently.

(via 9to5Mac)

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